Unannounced THQ games from Vigil, Turtle Rock, more in bankruptcy filing

Unannounced THQ games from Vigil, Turtle Rock, more in bankruptcy filing
THQ's filing for chapter 11 bankruptcy includes a rundown of all of its current projects and lists a few unannounced games from Vigil Games, Turtle Rock, Relic Entertainment and Patrice Desilets, who is at THQ Montreal.

Relic Entertainment is developing a project under a working title of "Atlas," set to launch in 2014, as well as Company of Heroes 2, the filing states.

Turtle Rock Studios, previously involved in Left 4 Dead 2 and Counter-Strike Source, is developing a co-op, multiplayer action game called Evolve. THQ filed a trademark for Evolve in March.

THQ Montreal is working on 1666, another trademark THQ filed in March.

Vigil Games, the team behind the Darksiders series, is working on a game called Crawler. No more information about this project is revealed in the filing and this is the first murmur of its existence.

THQ game director Jason Rubin tweets that all current projects are on track for their scheduled release dates, including Company of Heroes 2, Metro Last Light and South Park: The Stick of Truth, while Saint's Row and Homefront follow-ups are still a go.

This article was originally published on Joystiq.